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    13 Reviews |  By Gaia22

    Yummy, easy, addictive side dish that complements a wide variety of Asian and Fusion dishes! I use a microplane to grate my ginger, and a spoon's edge to easily [& not wastefully] peel it.

    Recipe #379146

    A nice simple rice recipe, that will compliment your Creole/Cajun main dish without outstaging it. The goal here is not to absorb all of the liquid into the rice. The goal is to make the rice tender, then drain the rice (like pasta).

    Recipe #373373

    Make this only if you are a lover of Greek food, this is a full flavored rice with intense flavor and not for those with a plain palette! --- since not everyone has a taste for olives I have left them as optional, I most always add them in -- after making this a few times you will most likely want to adjust some of the ingredients to suit your taste, or you may not, the amounts listed are close to what I use when I make this rice --- this is very good!

    Recipe #346364

    After sifting through many Jambalaya recipes and researching traditional Jambalaya methods I came up with this recipe. It is moderately spicy with good flavour and a texture that is not too gummy or too soupy. You can use a store bought spice mix but I highly recommend mixing up your own for the fullest flavour. Leaving the shells of the shrimp intact keeps them tender while the rice is cooking...just remember to warn your diners before they start eating!

    Recipe #335326

    Spicy recipe sure to please. This version is spicy. Not too much, not too little. My family loves it! I've altered this recipe from a recipe I tried from Food Network.

    Recipe #321860

    Yes, silly name! I ate at a little Italian restaurant in the Bellagio Hotel on one of my MANY trips to Vegas. It was love at first bite! I begged and begged the waiter to get me the recipe. He even brought the chef out. The chef wrote down the ingredients on a napkin but would not give me amounts nor preparation instructions. I tweaked and tweaked and this is what I came up with. Funny thing is...I went back to that little restaurant after I came up with this version - ordered theirs again - and mine blew it out of the water! Hope you enjoy as well. It's delicious!

    Recipe #317368

    A staple in an Italian household, this is thrown together easily from ingredients always on hand. Makes a simple pasta dinner along with a salad or a nice side dish. Just toss with one pound of cooked pasta (I like it with spaghetti).

    Recipe #295835

    This is a light pasta dish with plenty of shrimp, garlic, and lemon. I have reduced the amount of lemon and salt from the original recipe to suit my DBF's tastes. The leftovers are just as good heated up in the microwave the next day.

    Recipe #291926

    A dish that pleases the eye and palate with various colors and flavours. From chef Curtis Stone. Suggested salami is soppressata.

    Recipe #274060

    I used to make this all the time and I'd forgotten all about it. This recipe is delicious. You can easily double this if you want to. It makes a great dinner, but also a great 1st course if you have company coming. Takes just minutes to make. It's from 1996 Bon Appetit. I'd serve it with garlic bread and a nice mixed salad. You are going to need to reserve some of the pasta water, so don't forget! ;-)

    Recipe #258528

    Mexican white rice is my favorite rice preparation. This recipe comes from Gourmet Sept. 07; posted so I won't loose it! I will probably add a little parsley.

    Recipe #250217

    My Mum took my sister and I out to lunch in London the other day and we had Italian for lunch. I don't recall the name of the restaurant but the dish I had was fantastic! It was called Giardiniera I think and contained all the below but also had deep fried spinach and paremsan balls with it. I've been unable to replicate the spinach balls (I tried a baked version as well but that didn't work either) so I'm just listing the pasta and topping for now and maybe eventually I'll be able to get the rest right.

    Recipe #249180

    This recipe comes from the Good Housekeeping Illustrated Cookbook and it is the best lasagna recipe we have tried. I don't have any trouble finding the page in my cookbook because it has a few stains and looks worn compared to the other pages. The recipe doubles very easily, I use a 9x13x2-inch glass cake pan and it is always filled to the top. Definitely have to have some good crusty bread to sop up the bit of sauce that is left in the pan!

    Recipe #247474

    This makes a great side dish with chicken or fish, the dried chili flakes are only optional I like to add in for a little heat you may omit if desired, use a good quality chicken broth for this, make certain to saute the orzo until just lightly browned it really improves the flavor of this dish! ;)

    Recipe #244861

    I love rice. I also love garlic and cook with it a lot. It took a few tries to get the correct measurements for this recipe in order to submit it. I don't always use measurements when I cook. This is very easy to make. This is a very moist and buttery rice with a good, but not overpowering garlic flavor. For rice with less moisture, use less water and for a less garlicky flavor, use less garlic. I read in an article on an internet medical site, that if garlic is cooked too long, it loses some of its healthful benefits. They said not to cook garlic any longer than 3-6 minutes. I have also noticed that it loses some of its flavor if it's cooked too long. Therefore, I add the garlic towards the end of the cooking time to get more of a garlic flavor and more healthful benefits from the garlic. I will sometimes have this for breakfast with a fried egg. I just put some of the rice on a plate and put a fried egg on it and mix it together. It is really good that way. I also serve the rice with gravy over it as a side dish with some meat. It is also good just by itself. The chicken bouillon is optional but it adds to the flavor of the rice. If you have to or are watching your sodium intake, you might want to omit the bouillon or use less of it. I have found that jasmine rice gives the best results for this recipe but you can also use white rice. Prep and cooking times are estimates. NOTE: Due to the first review, I have edited this recipe. Thank you Lauralie41,

    Recipe #240456

    This easy saute uses one pan and is ready in under 30 minutes but the result is wonderful. A real taste of spring with the asparagus and lemon. Adapted from Fine Cooking magazine.

    Recipe #233481

    From The Food and Cooking of Spain, Africa and the Middle East. These are nice with dishes with creamy sauces. Posted for ZWT III.

    Recipe #231463

    2 Reviews |  By Sage

    Looking for a traditional Spanish recipe? Without doubt, the best-known is going to be the prodigious paella ... that tasty, adaptable, gregarious dish famed throughout Spain.

    Recipe #225932

    Very simple, very yummy. This is my favorite kind of cooking...just a few quality ingredients that really compliment each other. Adapted from Paola di Mauro, but given to me by my dad who is a sophisticated foodie who also appreciates simple tastes.

    Recipe #223319

    This is one of the UK's favourite dishes. Lovely recipe, please try it and enjoy!

    Recipe #222777

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